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Why Helicopter crashes are the perfect assassination plot!

If you do a search for politicians and key public figures who have died in a helicopter crashes you’ll see a very strange pattern. Almost all of them have enemies in powerful positions and have made stands against a mainstream ideologies or they pose a threat to a current regime.

With the recent death of Iranian president and our very own general, these helicopter crashes are starting to seem like assassinations and here’s why it is the perfect way to eliminate political enemies.

– no evidence is left after the crash.
– chances of survival are usualy zero.
– the murder weapon (helicopter or plane) is destroyed along with the target.
– possible witnesses are also eliminated.
– remote crash locations complicate investigations.
– so many possible excuses (bad weather, wrong navigation, inside job, mechanical problems etc.)

The issue with these crashes is that they have become too common and people’s first instinct is to assume foul play. The moment a helicopter crash is mentioned, people immediately start looking at the possible suspects and all the above reasons are ignored.

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  1. Back in the day it was snipers like the Kennedy assassination but that leaves so many loose ends from bullet fragments that can now be traced, gunpowder, fingerprints on the riffle, sound location of the gunshot and more.

    Back in the day it was snipers like the Kennedy assassination but that leaves so many loose ends from bullet fragments that can now be traced, gunpowder, fingerprints on the riffle, sound location of the gunshot and more.

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  2. Although using a gun or riffle may leave so many loose ends, the collateral damage is almost zero and only the target is usualy eliminated. This still stopped being an option because the sniper may end up switching meaning they may have to be eliminated too. In a helicopter crash you don't need to wRead more

    Although using a gun or riffle may leave so many loose ends, the collateral damage is almost zero and only the target is usualy eliminated. This still stopped being an option because the sniper may end up switching meaning they may have to be eliminated too. In a helicopter crash you don’t need to worry about that.

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  3. If the pilot is involved in the assassination plot, they will also be eliminated in the crash meaning no witnesses.

    If the pilot is involved in the assassination plot, they will also be eliminated in the crash meaning no witnesses.

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  4. The collateral damage is high because everyone else is killed just because they are in the presence of the main target.

    The collateral damage is high because everyone else is killed just because they are in the presence of the main target.

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  5. Helicopters are also becoming more affordable and can be used as a dispensible weapon that is destroyed after doing its work.

    Helicopters are also becoming more affordable and can be used as a dispensible weapon that is destroyed after doing its work.

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    DEVELOPING: More than 7 hours after it should have landed, a plane carrying Malawi’s vice president Saulos Chilima is still missing. “All efforts by aviation authorities to make contact with the Aircraft since it went off the radar have failed thus far,’ authorities say UPDATE | This is the Malawi ARead more

    DEVELOPING: More than 7 hours after it should have landed, a plane carrying Malawi’s vice president Saulos Chilima is still missing.

    “All efforts by aviation authorities to make contact with the Aircraft since it went off the radar have failed thus far,’ authorities say

    UPDATE | This is the Malawi Air Force Dornier 228 (Reg MAAW-T04), which disappeared on Monday morning while transporting the country’s Vice President, Saulos Chilima. The aircraft, built in Germany and delivered in 1990, was reported missing shortly after departure.

    President Lazarus Chakwera has requested assistance from neighboring countries to aid in the search efforts. Reports indicate that the transponder signal from the missing aircraft was detected in Chikangawa Forest, approximately 70 km from its intended destination.

    The Vice President was en route to Mzuzu, where he planned to continue to Nkhata Bay. A statement from the president’s office confirmed that the aircraft, carrying Vice President Chilima and nine others, is missing. The aircraft went off the radar shortly after leaving the capital, Lilongwe. There are ongoing questions about whether it is standard practice for the Vice President to use such an aircraft.

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